Free legal services offered to those willing to put animal charities into their will

A social enterprise and an insurance company are offering those willing to donate a portion of the assets in their will to animal charities free legal will-writing services and pet insurance for three months. Photo: Pixabay/huoadg5888
A social enterprise and an insurance company are offering those willing to donate a portion of the assets in their will to animal charities free legal will-writing services and pet insurance for three months. Photo: Pixabay/huoadg5888

Hong Kong social enterprise ForeverGift.hk has teamed up with insurance company OneDegree for an initiative that offers those willing to donate a portion of the assets in their will to animal charities free legal will-writing services and three months of pet insurance. 

Under this plan, from now until June 30, those who donate part of their inheritance to animal charities, including the Hong Kong Dog Rescue (HKDR), Non-Profit Making Veterinary Services Society, House of Joy and Mercy, Hong Kong Rabbit Society and Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), can have a will drafted and made official by a volunteer lawyer. 

They can also get three months of pet insurance for free by OneDegree and a complimentary limited edition certificate of appreciation designed by local illustrator Jasmine Tse. 

To take advantage of this offer, the donor has to include in the will a donation to any of these animal charities that is worth at least HK$10,000 (US$1,280). 

The offer is on a first come, first served basis.

In addition, OneDegree will also donate HK$1,000 (US$130) to the animal groups for each successful will written for the charities. 

Click here, call or WhatsApp 5468 3635, or email hi@forevergift.hk for more information. 

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